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Duelling Directors: Ridley Scott & Kevin Reynolds (2002)

Directors Ridley Scott and Kevin Reynolds talk about the film Duellists, The (1977). Reynolds interviews Scott while watching the movie, and they examine some of the key visual shots that ... See full summary »
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Ridley Scott ... Himself
Kevin Reynolds ... Himself
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Keith Carradine ... Himself (archive footage)
Harvey Keitel ... Himself (archive footage)
David Puttnam ... Himself (archive footage)
Gerald Vaughan-Hughes Gerald Vaughan-Hughes ... Himself (archive footage)
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Directors Ridley Scott and Kevin Reynolds talk about the film Duellists, The (1977). Reynolds interviews Scott while watching the movie, and they examine some of the key visual shots that Scott created and that eventually got him recognized as one of the best visual directors of our time. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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USA

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English

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3 December 2002 (USA) See more »

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This interview is featured on the DVD of The Duellists (1977), released in 2002. See more »

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References The Count of Monte Cristo (2002) See more »

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Two brilliant Directors
29 November 2005 | by digupdom_fandangoSee all my reviews

I bought "The Duelists" just to see this bonus feature with Kevin Reynolds and Ridley Scott. And my only criticism is that I wish "Dueling Directors" was longer. Kevin Reynolds is, in my opinion our most visual and stylish director and extremely under rated. The conversation between Scott and Reynolds is relevant and coherent in the sense that one can keep up with their film making lingo. Filmmakers and non-filmmakers can both appreciate this interview. I actually wasn't affected by the film itself ("The Duelists")as much as Reynolds was. But that is further proof that inspiration is personal. I've been inspired by films that others may not have been as touched by. So I can still appreciate Reynolds' Affection for Ridley Scotts' film. This interview is definitely worth seeing.


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